Monday, January 30, 2017

Balog the Brutal

Balog belched loudly as he rubbed his stomach. The putrid stench of half-digested meat filled the air around him. He hadn't devoured a cow this tasty since that time Grotfang's army had overrun the peasant village up by the Mountains of Mourn. He bellowed in laughter as he remembered how the townsfolk had run for their lives as he battered their half-burning houses with  the large log he used as a weapon.

Times were difficult of late. He had to join forces with Grotfang's goblin mob more and more, since the peasant villages were getting more heavily guarded. As much as he hated allying himself to the stupid green orclings, he could not risk the solitary attack on villages that he once perpetrated. The only thing he hated more than the squabbling goblin horde was the idea of capture by the humans he had tormented for all these years.



Friday, January 6, 2017

Would you like your meat ground finer?

I've always loved the look and fluff of snotlings pump wagons, so why not have 2 of them? What can be scarier than a ramshackle wagon of rusted blades driven my drugged-up snotlings who have no regard for their own life let alone that of others? I've always wondered whether orcs and goblins use this death-dealing machine more as a tool for their own amusement on the battlefield rather than a weapon intended to wreak havoc on the enemy.

Nobody in Grotfang's goblin army knowns when or how these 2 pump wagons were constructed. In truth, even the tougher Orc allies who sometimes choose to associate themselves with Grotfang's army dread to think what kind of disturbed mind would conceive of such inventions. Reliability is rarely a concern amongst greenskins. What they really dread is being turned into a mangled set of unrecognizable limbs when the pump wagons run rampant on the battlefield. There are some who say that greenskins don't fight as well when pump wagons are around, since the orc and goblin troops are always keeping one eye on the wagons, ready to flee in the opposite direction when they begin to approach. The most experienced generals will feed their troops unique concoctions of herbs and mushrooms on the night before battle, intended to dull their sense of fear and enbolden their troops. Of course, moderation is not a well-known greenskins quality, and many a battle plan has been ruined by goblins throwing caution to the wind at a crucial point of the battle.